(Steve Ruark/AP)
(Steve Ruark/AP)

Ransomware attack knocks some Sinclair television stations off the air

The company says hackers targeted several of its servers and workstations, and took unspecified data.

Lawmakers question whether Amazon misled congressional panel about its business practices

A letter signed by a bipartisan group has given the tech giant two weeks to provide "exculpatory evidence" to corroborate executives’ testimony.

China’s power shortages, housing struggles put the brakes on its economy

The country’s growth was weighed down in the third quarter, hitting the slowest rate in a year.

Denver Art Museum announces return of four artifacts to Cambodia after Pandora Papers coverage of indicted art dealer

The announced return of the four museum pieces, which comes after an investigation by The Post and ICIJ into The Pandora Papers, was welcomed by Cambodian officials who are seeking the return of countless Khmer civilization relics.

Strikes are sweeping the labor market as workers wield new leverage

The labor activism runs the gamut of American industry, powered by the same grievances about wages, benefits and quality of life driving the Great Resignation.

Hollywood union reaches deal with producers to avoid nationwide strike

Workers had raised issues with low pay from streaming services and work bleeding over into their evenings and weekends.
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Tom Morey, inventor of wave-riding Boogie Board, dies at 86

His short, flexible board made catching a wave accessible to millions.

White House looks to scale back its climate initiative after stiff pushback from Manchin

The West Virginia Democrat has expressed fierce opposition to the proposed Clean Electricity Performance Program.
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Plug-in cars are the future. The grid isn’t ready.

Netflix fires employee for sharing information about Dave Chappelle’s special amid LGBTQ backlash

Netflix said the employee leaked “confidential” and “commercially sensitive” information following backlash from the LGBTQ community over recent jokes from Chappelle that critics have called transphobic.

How to ask for a raise when companies are desperate for workers

Workers suddenly have a lot more leverage. Here are three ways to do a negotiate a better salary.

The permanently temporary 2021 economy, in charts

Uncertainty obscures the path forward. Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening, in five charts.

Every movie and TV show could soon be dubbed into any language you want

Choosing languages may soon be as easy as changing the channel. But a lot more could get transformed along the way.

Merriam-Webster promoted a word game littered with offensive terms — the latest reckoning over language in the puzzle world

From Scrabble tournaments to the New York Times crossword, word games grapple with new standards for offensive terms and racial slurs.
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